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$3 Wine Tasting Party – and It’s Not Even Two Buck Chuck

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These will not be used at the event. Anyone who does use something like this deserves to be taken out back, worked over with a baseball bat, and have a wine bottle shoved in their arse.

I’m not really into wine culture because A) it’s an awfully expensive habit and B) it’s WAY too pretentious for me.  That being said, I still love wine and am always down to learn a little something about it.  I figure that way I can sound fancy when I’m talking about which bottle of Two Buck Chuck I prefer.

If you’re in the same boat as me there’s a great event for you on Thursday night.  There will be 16 wine tastings, lots of art, and live music.  Here’s the info that our reader Kristin sent to me:

Spencer and Daniels Wine Outlet is proud to host a premiere wine event in collaboration with The Space Gallery.   This event will feature 16 tastings, 14 emerging artists, and a live music after party with sounds by The Release.  Reserve your ticket now as space is limited.  You can purchase your ticket at Spencer and Daniels Wine Outlet located at 1541 Polk St., 94109.  Advance Tickets are only $3 and will reserve you a spot.  At the door tickets will be $5.

Not bad for three frigging dollars huh?

Wine, Art and Live Music
The Space Gallery – 1141 Polk St. btw Post and Sutter Sts. [Tenderloin]
Thursday,  7/30
$3 Advance $5 at door

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